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In Gear Swap » FS: Sea To Summit Nano Pyramid Shelter
September 29, 4:45pm

9460 1/4" tape
PM sent. I would like two rolls please......thank you.

In Make Your Own Gear » 1/4" 3M 9460 tape
May 19, 11:18pm

Lots but best was when the wildlife just wanted to hike with me....
Last year while hiking solo in Mount Rainier National Park I was joined by this guy following along on the trail. At first he went around me and I waited about ten minutes to let him get away befo...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Best wildlife encounters?
February 26, 2:16am

If you want to try silicone - Sugru might work...
You could use it instead of the cork - it is heat resistant but you may have to make it thicker so it's cooler to touch. http://sugru.com/

In Make Your Own Gear » Suggestions Please: Imusa Cool Touch Cook Pot
January 19, 9:14pm

Hammocking the Wonderland
Don't know what the situation with hammocking is but your inkling that crosscountry camping is not allowed seems to be correct: "Hikers doing the complete Wonderland Trail are limited to ...

In GEAR » Zpacks Hammock Tarp w/ Doors for ground dwelling
January 04, 12:09am

Re: Lightweight raingear recommendation....
DriDucks Ultralight 2 come as a jacket and pants set with a total weight of around 14 ozs. They are quite fragile - not for brushbashing - though a small amount and some duct tape are ok. They do n...

In GEAR » Lightweight rain gear recommendations
May 27, 12:32pm

I used velcro a few years ago....
Bugproofing a Gatewood Cape. There is probably a lighter way to do it now.

In Make Your Own Gear » Gatewood Cape mod
April 24, 1:40am

Smartube
I've been using them for a couple of years. It's designed for bottles as it has a simple little valve in the cap that allows air into the bottle as you suck water out the tube. Never had an...

In GEAR » Is anyone using SmarTube?
January 08, 12:44am

Cooking in Alaska
Can't help with the fish but I'm pretty sure that "...bring a girl to place on top of the fire..." is as illegal in Alaska as it is in CA.:-)

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Cooking Salmon in Alaska
May 17, 12:43am

don't forget Mpack....
at mpackgear.com used to be the lightest bladders (I could find) though it looks like Rum Runner squeeks in lower! Will did a review here and there is a user review at http://www.backpackgeartest.o...

In GEAR » Collapsible Water Bottle Battle!
January 17, 7:41pm

All Reader Reviews by Hugh Teegan

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MSR Superfly
Have just switched to the Coleman F1 Ultralight from the Superfly as my main stove but I won't be getting rid of the Superfly.... Pluses: 1. Reliability: 4 years without a hitch. That's the longest ...

In Stoves - Canister
September 04, 10:10pm